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Community Gardens Grants Program2016/2017City of Bunbury
This application demonstrated a good cross-section of partnerships with the community sector. A reasonable funding request that demonstrates value for money. Recommended for funding.
South West
$4,424
Community Gardens Grants Program2016/2017Shire of Kondinin
This was a well-written and detailed application that demonstrates an accessible space for the broad community. The local government has committed a small budget to assist with ongoing costs and maintenance of the garden. Recommended for funding.
Wheatbelt
$5,800
Community Gardens Grants Program2016/2017Manjimup Community Resource Centre Inc.
The application demonstrates strong support for the project from the local government and from partnering community organisations. Recommended for funding.
South West
$8,000
Community Gardens Grants Program2016/2017Gnarojin Community Garden Inc.
This application showed strong links to the access and inclusion plans of the local government. The garden is accessible to the broad community and has provided letters of support for the project. Recommended for funding.
Wheatbelt
$9,333
Community Gardens Grants Program2016/2017ArtsHouse Community Garden Inc.
The applications demonstrates strong community partnerships and support from the local government. Access to school grounds by the wider community has been addressed and the organisation has demonstrated capacity to deliver the project. Recommended for funding.
Metropolitan - North East
$9,682
Community Gardens Grants Program2016/2017Shire of Dumbleyung
This project has established strong partnerships with several organisations within the community. The funding requested is almost matched by other confirmed sources. Recommended for funding.
Wheatbelt
$9,833
Community Gardens Grants Program2016/2017Kwinana Community Sharing Inc.
This application demonstrated strong support from the local government and several community partnerships for the project. A substantial amount of funding has been committed from other sources. Recommend for funding.
Metropolitan - South West
$10,000
Community Gardens Grants Program2016/2017Brunswick Community Resource Centre Inc.
This application has demonstrated strong support for the project from the community, local government and community organisations. The funding request is reasonable and demonstrates good value for more. Recommended for funding.
South West
$13,445
Community Gardens Grants Program2016/2017Ngarluma Yindjibarndi Foundation Ltd
This organisation has provided a well-planned project proposal with strong cultural significance to the local Aboriginal people. The project is well-supported by the local government and various Aboriginal and community groups in the locality. Recommended for funding.
Pilbara
$18,550
Community Gardens Grants Program2016/2017Gnowangerup Baptist Church
This was a strong application that demonstrated good community partnerships from a cross-section of organisations. There were several contributors of funding to the project and a long-term lease for the garden. Accessible and inclusive to the broad community. The assessment panel agreed that the project would be inviting to all community members and was a great way to repurpose an unused space. Recommended for funding.
Great Southern
$20,000
CLGF Community Development Scholarship Program2016/2017Shire of Denmark
The Shire of Denmark will support the Junior Youth Worker to undertake a Diploma of Community Services through the Great Southern Institute of Technology. The knowledge and skills gained through completing the course will enhance the services delivered at Denmark Youth Services. The applicant aims to assist young people in the future and contribute actively within the community. The Shire’s Strategic Community Plan prioritises the encouragement of opportunities, employment and facilities for young people and to involve them in community decision-making.
Great Southern
$7,000
CLGF Community Development Scholarship Program2016/2017Shire of Yilgarn
The Shire of Yilgarn will support the Manager Community Services to undertake a Diploma of Community Development through TAFE Queensland. By completing this course the applicant would gain new skills and knowledge to assist the Shire to achieve the goals identified in the Strategic Community Plan and, in turn, benefit the broader community. Through understanding community needs and how to identify them, the applicant will be able to better meet these needs and engage more effectively with the community.
Wheatbelt
$4,429
CLGF Community Development Scholarship Program2016/2017Shire of Coolgardie
The Shire of Coolgardie will support the Manager Community Services to undertake a Diploma of Community Services through Open Training and Education Network (OTEN) TAFE NSW. The course will strengthen the applicant’s knowledge of the practical and theoretical aspects of community development, which can then be distributed to staff and contribute to an organisation-wide understanding of community development. The applicant is directly involved in the delivery and outcomes of the Shire’s Strategic Corporate Plan and the skills gained through this course will assist to meet the objectives of the Shire.
Goldfields
$10,000
CLGF Community Development Scholarship Program2016/2017Shire of Waroona
The Shire of Waroona will support the Community Development Officer to undertake a Bachelor of Business, majoring in Community Development and Management, through Murdoch University. By completing this course, a number of priorities from the Shire’s Workforce Plan, Strategic Community Plan, and Corporate Business Plan will be met, predominantly to build the capacity of staff through training and to retain a supported, motivated and high-performing workforce.
Peel
$10,000
CLGF Community Development Scholarship Program2016/2017Shire of Murray
The Shire of Murray will support the Community Development Officer to undertake a Diploma of Community Development through the University of Notre Dame. Completion of this course will enable the applicant to partner with the community to develop and deliver initiatives that build community capacity through social change processes. The Shire has been identified as one of the fastest growing corridors in Western Australia and will face many challenges during this phase of growth. It is important that the staff are capable and adequately trained to achieve the direction of the Shire’s Strategic Community Plan.
Peel
$4,392
CLGF Community Development Scholarship Program2016/2017Shire of Toodyay
The Shire of Toodyay will support the Manager Community Development to undertake a Certificate in Engagement and an Advanced Certificate in Engagement through the International Association for Public Participate (IAP2). Undertaking this course will assist the applicant to develop skills and capacity in leadership, decision-making, developing partnerships and fostering local passion and resilience. The completion of this course will enhance the applicant’s ability to build trust, partnerships, support community action, and prepare a Community Engagement Plan, as identified in the Strategic Community Plan.
Wheatbelt
$8,100
CLGF Community Development Scholarship Program2016/2017Shire of Ashburton
The Shire of Ashburton will support the Community Services Coordinator to undertake a Diploma of Community Development through TAFE Queensland. The course will strengthen the applicant’s knowledge and capacity to design and deliver community programs and understand core opportunities when presented to benefit the community. This course will also provide an entrance pathway for the applicant to undertake tertiary training to further her career. The completion of this course will support the applicant to effectively enhance ‘vibrant and active communities’ and ‘enduring partnerships’, as identified in the Shire’s Strategic Community Plan.
Pilbara
$4,872
Metro Youth Development Traineeship Program2016/2017City of Fremantle
The City of Fremantle will support an Aboriginal lifeguard trainee to undertake a Certificate III in Aquatics and Community Recreation to assist in developing and learning a broad range of skills including lifeguard duties, first aid, communication skills and fitness and recreation organisational skills. The traineeship supports the City's workforce plan, in particular the Indigenous Employment Strategy which includes an employment target of 4% of Indigenous Australians by 2020.
Metropolitan - South West
$20,000
Metro Youth Development Traineeship Program2016/2017City of Canning
The City of Canning will support a financial services trainee to undertake a Certificate III in Financial Services to develop and learn skills associated with delivering clerical duties and provide support to the City's Financial Services Business Unit. The traineeship supports the City's workforce development plan to train and equip a younger workforce through traineeship programs and internal mentoring to assist organisational optimisation.
Metropolitan - South East
$17,234
Metro Youth Development Traineeship Program2016/2017City of Fremantle
The City of Fremantle will support a community development trainee to undertake a Certificate III in Community Services to assist in developing and learning a broad range of administrative tasks and office processes. The traineeship supports the City's workforce plan and access and inclusion plan which includes an employment target of 4% of people with a disability by 2020.
Metropolitan - South West
$20,000
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